WV Treasure's yellow squash casserole with German green beans - both from the garden.
The most gorgeous pie I'd ever seen. Took me forever to make it but I couldn't believe when I took this green bean and mushroom pie from the oven. It's so pretty. Unfortunately, the boys didn't like it. But I love green beans and got to eat it mostly myself.
Sweet yellow squash pickles. The type you marinate in the fridge for four days then dig into. So good!
In the garden we've got teeny baby watermelon. I hope these little guys keep growing!
Tomatillos on the vine. Inside the husks they are still small, so they also have lots of growing to do.
This fellow was ready to eat. I made scalloped turnips - just adapted a recipe for scalloped potatoes.
And I've been putting many zucchini in the dehydrator. They make wonderful chips if you lightly salt them before dehydrating.
Marinated veggie kabobs for the grill.
Zucchini dill relish (thanks to the Texan for the recipe!) which is incredible on hot dogs, sandwiches, and burgers. Even the boys adore it.
Love how drastically my grocery bill was cut this month, thanks to all this garden goodness!
And since I'm talking about the farm, I'll just quickly update you on the chicks too.
We have 5 chicks now (one got eaten by a black snake when it was small). The chicks are in the awkward teen stage. Two of them have these rebellious mohawks going on. What next? I'll go out to find them in leather jackets with wallets on chains, won't I?
I hope your animals are behaving themselves today!